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UTV Software communications (Arbitrage opportunity) – D

Dear Readers, On behalf of the entire team of Katalyst Wealth, wish you a very Happy and Prosperous New Year. Walt Disney Software Communications will launch an offer for delisting shares of UTV Software Communications from Indian bourses on 16th January 2012 The offer will open on 16th Jan’12 and will close on 20th Jan’12. Important Note: We will book complete profit in case the stock reaches Rs 1050 in the regular trade by 16th Jan’12, while if it does…

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Katalyst Wealth – Alpha/Alpha Plus recommendation for D

Dear Alpha/Alpha Plus members, We would like to share with you an interesting investment opportunity for the Alpha stock recommendation for the month of Dec’11. Note: Read the entire report and be sure of business model, prospects and concerns. We have suggested a two phase buying strategy, accounting for the market volatility. Please stick to the same. We have also stated earnings estimate for FY 2015 (E), however we will be more than glad if the company outperforms our estimates…

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Is India attracting stable and long term capital flows?

Dear Readers, Indian benchmark indices SENSEX and NIFTY are already down by 20%+ for the calendar year 2011, yet there is a lingering concern that what would happen if the FIIs were to pull out money like they did in 2008-09. Just to put things in perspective, FIIs pulled out close to Rs 47000 crore ($13 bn) in FY 2009 and the Indian market’s crashed by a whooping 60%+ while we are already down by approximately 20% for the year,…

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